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Heartbreaking barks sound like 'help' from senior Rottweiler at kill shelter

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Imagine how this senior dog named Metro must be feeling after having been dumped at Carson Animal Care Center; in fact this might be one of the saddest and most heartbreaking cries anyone has ever heard.

A volunteer visits with this 15-year-old Rottweiler, and as Metro sticks his black and tan nose through the bars of his temporary shelter, C123, his dark brown eyes desperately plead for help. That's not all though - listen to Metro's crying bark; hardly a doubt that this dog is begging for "help."

Watch and listen to Sunday's video by clicking here.

This is an earlier video with a volunteer and Metro.

Please take one minute of your time to share Metro's story and his picture. Sharing saves lives. These dogs are so depressed to have lost the people they love; they are scared, they are lonely, and they are profoundly sad. They are all alone hoping someone will unlock their prison and save their life.

Follow the beginning of his tragic story by clicking here.

More information about Metro can be found by clicking here. At this time, volunteers are pledging donations for a qualified rescue or foster care program to step forward and provide this old man with the kindness and retirement he deserves.

Click here for Metro's PetHarbor listing.

Saving Carson City Shelter Dogs is not affiliated with the Carson Shelter. Volunteers promote the rescue of dogs in this high kill shelter located in Gardena, Calif.

Carson Shelter
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California 90248
310-523-9566, M-TH 12-7, F-SU 10-5pm

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